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PMQs: Cameron and Fabricant on Stephen Sutton legacy

18 June 2014 Last updated at 14:16 BST

The prime minister praised Staffordshire cancer fundraiser Stephen Sutton, who died aged 19, saying he was an "absolutely inspiring individual".

David Cameron said the public wanted to see "giving generosity and compassion rewarded" as he was asked by Michael Fabricant MP about building on the legacy of the Burntwood teenager, who helped raised more than £4m for charity.

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